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International Survey of Engineering Faculty & Administration: View of University Efforts to Promote Technology Transfer, Patents & Sponsored Research

Published by Primary Research Group
By James Moses
Format: Print, PDF
64 pages

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International Survey of Engineering Faculty & Administration View of University Efforts to Promote Technology Transfer, Patents & Sponsored Research This one-of-a-kind resource provides a rich set of benchmarks and data to compare your engineering program’s patenting, tech transfer, and sponsored research efforts against university programs worldwide. With this all-new report you’ll find detailed data on promoting technologies, managing patents, sponsored research opportunities, incentivizing staff for IP creation, and publicizing university research. You’ll also find detailed data on financial support for promoting and managing university technology transfer and sponsored research. This study is jam-packed with dozens of easy to scan charts and figures displaying critical data you can’t find in any other publication.  

A one-of-a-kind source of specialized survey data and benchmarks from over 167 faculty and administrators at the world’s leading engineering programs

The International Survey of Engineering Faculty & Administration: View of University Efforts to Promote Technology Transfer, Patents & Sponsored Research includes 64-pages of in-depth commentary and analysis based on extensive surveying of 57 colleges and universities. Take a look at some of the critical benchmarks included in this unique report:

  • Promoting technologies developed by faculty and other university personnel
  • Spending levels on departments and programs fostering tech transfer and patent revenues
  • Assessing university efforts in managing patents
  • Publicizing university research achievements
  • Incentivizing faculty to create intellectual property and patents
  • University performance in promoting developed technology
  • Success in arranging sponsored research projects with the private sector
  • Assisting faculty in obtaining research grants
  • Policies for controlling access to sensitive technology research

See how your engineering program compares and identify key areas for improvement!

Unlike any other available resource, International Survey of Engineering Faculty & Administration: View of University Efforts to Promote Technology Transfer, Patents & Sponsored Research provides you with an in-depth look into key data so you can compare your practices and see how you stack up against other engineering programs – and use the data to point you to areas for improvement.

Data in the report is broken out by engineering program ranking, academic title, field of engineering, tenure/professional status, level of compensation, gender, US/Non-USA and other variables.  

Benchmarking Data You Can Trust

You can rely on the accuracy of the detailed data, commentary, and analysis provided in this informative report. It was compiled and written by James Moses, President of Primary Research Group. Mr. Moses is the author of hundreds of industry studies and benchmarking reports and is a former economist for the U.S. International Trade Commission.

International Survey of Engineering Faculty & Administration View of University Efforts to Promote Technology Transfer, Patents & Sponsored Research is available to purchase for the low price of just $295, and is available in print or PDF. You can also make this invaluable resource available to your entire staff with an economically priced site-license purchase – just $450!

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